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Relocation to Engine Shed takes pioneering Neighbourly platform back to the future

May 27, 2022
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Bristol community engagement and investment platform Neighbourly is moving to a new base in the city’s Engine Shed innovation hub following another successful funding round that will further accelerate its growth. Now employing 80 people, Neighbourly was set up in 2014 at Engine Shed as part of its SETsquared...

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Larger workshop for kitchen firm as ‘move and improve’ housing market serves up expansion

May 27, 2022
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Larger workshop for kitchen firm as ‘move and improve’ housing market serves up expansion

Bristol-based kitchen firm HUSK has quadrupled the size of its workshop space by expanding into a new site. The 9,500 sq ft unit off the Feeder Road in St Phillips will enable the firm to meet growing demand from homeowners keen to find cost-effective and sustainable ways to update...

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Head of Ashfords’ real estate services team starts two-year term as firm’s new chair

May 25, 2022
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Head of Ashfords’ real estate services team starts two-year term as firm’s new chair

National law firm Ashfords, which has an office in Bristol, has elected the head of its real estate services division Tim Heal as its new chair. Tim, pictured, who is also a member of the firm’s executive board, has taken up the role for a two-year term with immediate effect....

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New partner joins Clarke Willmott in boost to its Bristol commercial property team

May 23, 2022
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New partner joins Clarke Willmott in boost to its Bristol commercial property team

The commercial property team in national law firm Clarke Willmott’s Bristol office has appointed Sarah Mogford as a partner. Sarah, pictured, has joined from the Cardiff office of top 100 international commercial law firm Lewis Silkin, where she spent nearly eight years, including the past two years as managing...

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Ideas Festival will allow Bristol to shape debates on issues from climate change to cancel culture

May 20, 2022
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Ideas Festival will allow Bristol to shape debates on issues from climate change to cancel culture

A packed programme for Bristol’s Big Tent Ideas Festival has been unveiled, including political debates, arts, a Speaker’s Corner, community fayre and a Dragon’s Den-style pitching competition. Taking part will be government ministers, members of the shadow cabinet and three former Cabinet members, as well the head of the...

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Bristol green hydrogen plant to put region in fast lane for alternative fuel research

May 20, 2022
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Bristol green hydrogen plant to put region in fast lane for alternative fuel research

The South West’s first manufacturing plant for sustainable green hydrogen is to be opened on the outskirts of Bristol, underlining the city’s position as a leader in the low carbon sector. The plant is to be sited at the new £70m Institute of Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems (IAAPS) pictured, on...

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Work, meet, play: Immersive Labs’ new Bristol head office puts the ‘fun’ in functional

May 20, 2022
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Work, meet, play: Immersive Labs’ new Bristol head office puts the ‘fun’ in functional

Rapidly expanding Bristol cybersecurity firm Immersive Labs has unveiled its playful new headquarters in Bristol – complete with scooters, games room and wellness suite. The 16,000 sq ft workspace, pictured, which takes up the entire sixth floor of The Programme, the refurbished curved office building on All Saints Street, is...

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Bevan Brittan reappointed to legal panel of major property management business

May 18, 2022
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Bevan Brittan reappointed to legal panel of major property management business

One of the UK’s leading property development and regeneration firms has reappointed national law firm Bevan Brittan to its legal services panel – its third major appointment of recent months. Bevan Brittan, which has an office in Bristol, is one of 17 firms to gain a place on the...

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Boost for Colliers’ Bristol building and project offering following deal with Paragon

May 13, 2022
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Boost for Colliers’ Bristol building and project offering following deal with Paragon

The Bristol office of independent building and project consultancy Paragon is to close and its 11 staff transferred to property agents Colliers following the completion this week of a strategic partnership between the businesses. The deal, under which Colliers has acquired a majority interest in Paragon, brings Colliers’ combined...

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Mitie flying high after landing £3m Bristol Airport baggage screening contract extension

May 12, 2022
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Mitie flying high after landing £3m Bristol Airport baggage screening contract extension

Bristol-based outsourcing giant Mitie has extended its relationship with Bristol Airport for a further three years with a new £3m baggage screening services contract. The deal, worth £1m a year and with an option to extend it for a further two years, builds on Mitie’s 20-year partnership with the...

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Bristol Business Blog: Susannah Adams, partner, Harbourside Corporate Finance. Preparing your business for sale

May 11, 2022
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Bristol Business Blog: Susannah Adams, partner, Harbourside Corporate Finance. Preparing your business for sale

Have you asked yourself when you want to sell your business and why? Some entrepreneurs may have one eye on their next venture, while others may simply be aiming to retire early. Whatever the reason, the fundamentals of a business sale remain the same.  In this blog, we look...

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Fast-growing Acuity Law launches Bristol office as its looks to build on success of its consultancy arm

May 6, 2022
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Commercial law firm Acuity has opened a Bristol office following the success of its consultancy arm in the South West. The firm, established in 1999 and with existing offices in Cardiff, London and Swansea, is now looking for staff for is new Bristol base as it looks to achieve 50%...

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Born nippy. New heating firm steers clear of white vans in favour of Deliveroo-style cargo bikes

May 5, 2022
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Born nippy. New heating firm steers clear of white vans in favour of Deliveroo-style cargo bikes

An eco-friendly gas and heating maintenance service has harnessed the power of electric cargo bikes for its launch in Bristol. Nippychecks has a team of engineers who will use the bikes to properties across the city to maintain boilers, central heating and electrical systems and appliances.  The business will...

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